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to the church of jesus christ of latter day saints. one of the fastest growing religions in the world. this work is part of a demanding two-year right of passage, a journey once taken by mitt romney. abc's bob woodruff brings us this look inside. [ knocking ] >> hi, how are you doing today? >> we're missionaries from the church -- >> reporter: the two-year mission is a right of passage for most young mormon men. >> have you ever seen missionaries in this neighborhood before? >> reporter: there are 55,000 missionaries, serving around the world. and the church allowed our team rare access into their world for two days. of door knocking, teaching -- >> called the vision of the tree of life. >> reporter: and community service. >> i am a mormon. >> i'm a mormon. >> reporter: mormons have never been so visible. while mitt romney's presidential candidacy may have ushered in a mormon moment in this country, the church remains largely a mystery to those outside of the faith. >> elder dustin. >> i'm sorry. >> elder dustin. >> elder? >> yes, sir. right here on my name tag, if that helps. >> it does. >> rep
diversity is to be celebrated, not the feared. >> this is jesus christ. jesus christ in the house of a muslim. >> he bristles when i asked about his roots. >> i can assure you, very, very much. most of my friends, you know, are mixed. and my grandson of 130 years of intermarriage. that means we have -- we don't have that issue. >> many in this city still hold onto a syria of old, a secular mosaic that helped define a national identity. other parts of syria but they were special, zertoo. they stand apart, but their fate rests on the war behind -- beyond. >> that is it for us this week. goodbye. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture -- to know your business, offering specialized solutions and capital to help you meet your growth objectives. we offer expertise and a tailored solutions for small bus
will be a piece maker, a modern day jesus christ as this jew understands jesus. i don't know what does. week 21, everyone thinks i'm having a boy. by everyone, i mean the waiter and my grandmother and neighbor across the street. i was getting out of my car and she yelled "your having a boy". week 22, my family is involved in an all out campaign on the names i'm considering. she mocks the mothers calling after their sons, sebastion. i didn't realize lisa is racist. makes me like the name more. i say good, because i'm hoping for a fag. week 25, it's 4:00 a.m. and i'm give up for an hour. who do i do for circumcision. it's a covenant with god. it seems like they feel plenty of pleasure. may be we should reduce a man's pleasure. may be this was god's way of reducing a man's libido. may be my son is not going to study the torah. we need to identify proudly. but then, am i imposing my will on my child? i can't have a child. week 30, i have an appointment at the hollywood birth center where i will have natural childbirth, which i don't recommend. alex is my primary caretaker today. i read your medica
must also condemned the hate we see in the images of jesus christ that are desecrated for churches that are destroyed. or the holocaust that is denied. [applause] let us condemn incitement against muslims and pilgrims. it is time to keep the words of gandhi -- intolerance is itself a form of a violence and an obstacle of growth to the true democratic spirit. [applause] together, we must work toward a world where we are strengthened by our differences and not a defined by them. that is what america embodies. that is the vision we will support. among israelis and palestinians, the future must not belong to those who turn their backs on the process. let us leave behind those who thrive on conflict. those who reject the right of israel to exist. the road is hard, but the destination is clear -- a secure, if the jewish state of israel and an independent and prosperous palestine. [applause] understanding that such a peace must come through a just agreement between the parties, america will walk along and we are prepared to make that journey. in syria, the future was not belong to a dicta
and hungry. people of faith have lost a mature disciple of the gospel jesus christ and follower of the methodist way of life. to do no harm, to do good and to stay in love with god. the mcgovern family has lost a beloved father, grandfather great grandfather, uncle cousin and in law. we extend to you our deepest pledge to hold you in our prayers as you move through this season of sorrow. you have embraced and in the lord with remarkable dignity and charity a public season of grief. so thank you again for sharing george with a generation that also grieves with you. on behalf of a profoundly grateful united methodist church who proudly claims george stanley mcgovern as a son and example of our heritage of personal wholeness and social holiness i thank each of you for coming today to celebrate and monitor senator if -- senator mcgovern's life and witness. share the mcgovern family's grief. i thank you for coming to say goodbye to a dear friend, a political colleague, trusted men for -- [no audio] geography and culture of the area formed him as it has many of us,
of jesus christ of latter day saints, or the "church of jesus christ in these latter days" is the meaning of the name, and it's organized- like christ had 12 disciples, and so there's 12 apostles today; there's the first presidency and there's the 12 apostles, who are profit seers and revelators and receive direction from the lord in regard to the needs and responsibilities of the lord's work here upon the earth today. >> okay. in one segment of this course, we're talking about different kinds of doctrines, and i was reading through the current encyclopedia of american religion and simply counting up the different varieties of mormonism, and i actually found 43 different groups that claim to be mormon in one sort or another. can you help me out a little bit on why there might be this variety? >> yes. there have been a number of spin-offs, you may say, or fragments. for example, first when the saints left nauvoo, at that time, there were those that did not follow the leadership of brigham young- they didn't go west with brigham young- and they stayed behind and they organized what they cal
in the joy of your home not made with hands but eternal in the hevvens. through jesus christ our lord we pray, amen. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ brothers and sisters, family and friends, and senator mcgovern, the holley scrip chure tell us there is a season for everything, time to be born and a time to die, time to weep and a time to laugh, time to mourn and a time to dance. george stanley mcgovern was born over 90 years ago and now he has died. we weep over the loss of this wonderful man and yet we laugh because he is now finished his final stage in growth in dying. we mourn his departure and yet we dance as we remember the legacy he left behind our state, our country, our world is better because of the footprints that he has left behind. soon after his first election to congress, i was given my first assignment as a young priest freshly meanted from lengthy seminary training. we both started in mitchell. the last few years by luck we wound up in the same neighborhood and shared time his residence in florida. often he mentioned his ambition to live to be 100. jim, it's in my jeans. once when i d
. >> there was another guy everybody turned against jesus christ but he prevailed. ♪ >> jon: sorry i'm getting a call hold on. [ laughter ] yeah, hey, hey, jesus, yeah i heard it. i think it's ridiculous, too, that you jesus are compared to todd akin. don't be insecure you are the king of kick, my friend. don't worry about it. see you sunday in tebow's spot. all right. [ laughter ] here is the thing -- akin could still win this thing but even if he does it would say a lot less about jesus-y he is and a lot more about how (bleep) missouri s. americans don't vote based on silly side issues like whether you have an eighth grade level grasp of female productive system. no what matters is how much you out america. >> february 16, 2003. lieutenant colonel allen west prepare his known go to war. that night south beach miami. patrick murphy is thrown out of a club for fighting, covered in alcohol unable to stand. two men a country in crisis you decide. >> jon: the choice is so hard. let's see one is an uncontrollable lunatic and the other got thrown out of a bar once. [ laughter ] the republicans don't have
important to focus on what we are really about which is the following of jesus christ. he is lord and savior. he means forgiveness of sins and eternal life for us if we will follow his teaching to recognize him and those who are hungry, those who are thirsty, those who are strangers and need to be taken in, the sick. that's what we need to do. >> archbishop need-hour when we hang that -- niederauer when we hang that plaque for best guest, you are there. thanks for joining us on mosaic. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
of god, the good news of jesus christ -- gospel music spreads that good news through the lyrics, through the hymns, through the feeling that you get when you sing. >> ♪ i sing because i'm happy >> i want to join gospel for teens because i think it's a great experience for children who want to be able to put their dreams out there. >> but for too many teens, those dreams are getting harder to reach. budget cuts are eliminating music programs in many schools across the country. >> for those lucky enough to pass these auditions, they'll spend the coming months learning not just how to sing gospel, but how to feel it. >> this is not, you know [chuckling] "american idol." this is not "x factor." this is none of that. just come up here, and you just express your talent. >> 19-year-old elijah is both one of the judges and the musical director. he knows how these kids feel because he was once a student here himself. >> gospel for teens is a family, you know? we've been here running for about seven years now, and for each program and each semester that comes in, we've had this love kind of rela
is to take the 560 years from the destruction of the temple to jesus christ, multiplying it by 3-1/2, the figure given in the book of revelation to the second coming and add the first 560. that would give us 2,5 20 years. the second way that we can verify our math is found in the mysterious [bell]. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >>> [speaker not understood] seventh century china. then introduced into europe in 13th century by trade with china. so, where is san francisco public library? capital currency is means of labor exchange for production of basic needs. strict relation to right to life, control ranks of class, give financial cost its prime. this dictated exchange knows antagonism and revolutions, but not its end. education, schooltion, work ethic for basic needs, childbirth humanity to death. a financial cost that as of 2012 international world order is based upon financial cost. capital currency financial cost, u.n. basic needs exposing [speaker not understood] obliged by law for humanity to promote free speech propagation, [speaker not understood] for human and env
mormons. >> we are. >> oh, my god. yes, black mormons. >> we are all members of the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints. >> oh, my gosh. someone make a fortune of this (bleep). (laughter) they were like myth kl creatures the unicornings of politics. is this all you guys? >> no, heaven's no. >> no. >> there's quite a few here in the valley in salt lake. >> four or five more? >> no, there are more than you would imagine. >> these and the 17 other black mormons embody the central questions facing voters this election. >> it's confusing. like do you vote for the black guy, do you vote for the mormon guy? >> we're in a position that no other people in america can be in election. >> seeing the first black african american president was exciting. mitt romney, mr. romney, brother romney, we are of the same faith and i like him >> however which way you guys vote you guys are gonna win? >> yes. (laughter) >> but then you guys are definitely all gonna lose, too. so who do you choose? okay, we're going to do a quick test to find out if you're more black or more mormon. so, lynn, how do you fee
about, you know, our faith. mormon is a nickname. we're the church of jesus christ of latter day saints. we believe in the bible. we're christian. i believe in jesus christ, things like that. >> is it being demonized a bit? >> i think so. absolutely. i don't think i'm too strange. >> no. you're pretty normal. donny tells me you're strange. >> donny is strange. no, i just -- i think that -- i don't play politics. i don't do that. i think there's too many celebrities out there claiming what they believe and i think it's our job really to get people out to study the issues and to know what they believe and what they want to vote for. >> but do you feel excited about the possibility of a mormon president? forget for a moment whether he's a republican or democrat. >> i don't care what they believe. i don't vote any one party. i vote for the person. i think you have to look at -- this is what i vote for. i'm in new york city and i look at the statue of liberty and it says all of you, you know, who are here to breathe freedom. that's what i love about our country. and i believe in our constitu
believe that jesus christ is the son of god. i believe that he came to this earth to take my sins and he died on the cross, he shed his blood on the cross, he was buried for my sins and later, he rose from the grave. the bible is very clear. jesus said i'm the way. he said i'm the truth, i'm the life. no men comes to the father but by me. this is the core of what i believe as an evangelical. yet i know there are people that have different beliefs and differences but i'm going to work with them and we are not voting for the man who is going to be our pastor in chief. we're looking for a commander in chief, someone who can lead this nation out of the economic mess and political mess that we have found ourselves in. many people believe that governor romney and i'm one of those, i have already voted and i voted for him, and my father has already voted. >> you would forgive me if i sort of took from all this that you probably aren't quite ready to say he's a christian. >> first of all, i'm not going to get into this debate as to who's a christian or who's not a christian. i'm not even going t
for jesus accept the divinity of jesus christ? >> well, we would stand with the answer that one of the first jews for jesus gave when jesus asked the question "who do men say that i am?" and followed it up with a direct question with peter who do you say i am. he said you are the messiah, the son of the living god. and we're jews for jesus just like peter, james and john are so that's our conviction. >> what did you find, stephen, about jews and their regard jesus stemming from the famous lecture by rabbi wise in what 1925? >> that's right, i really didn't investigate jews for jesus proper, i investigated jews who don't believe jesus was the messiah. >> that stemmed from this talk by wise. >> and before the 1925 talk by wise, i found between the civil war, essentially, and the 1920s, virtually every major reform, liberal -- reformed liberal rabbi in the united states wrote something on jesus. they agree he was a great rabbi, he was a great jew and the only question was what kind of jew was he. trench reverence for jesus where he was compared to moses and amos and other jewish heroes. >> well
the commendment that jesus christ had to give love. people need to realize he died and paid the price for everyone. it's not that we were this great people and all of a sudden and we are living holier than thou. and i think that's taken for granted too much. it's almost like america needs a spiritual awakening. we need a spiritual awakening, and, you know, try to follow some of the advice that jesus gave us, and i think we would all be better off. >> bill: i sometimes wonder if these so-called christians have ever read the gospels. i think all they hear is the hatred that spews from the pulpit on sunday morning. >> caller: yeah, the ministers, i praise god for them but for a lot of them people have made them their high power. so they have made themselves a slave to a man that can't do anything for them. >> caller: excellent point. thank you for your call. sheila is in philadelphia. good morning. >> caller: good morning, bill. i'm 64 now, and when i was a little girl, everybody got up and went to church. but somehow -- i -- i don't know. i think what happens is people
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is from utah, an independent. caller: obama one time talked about his tax policy following jesus christ. where much is given, much is required. that deals with individuals. much is given social, spiritual, economic well-being. jesus christ's tax policy is tiding, where everybody pays 10%. i was wondering if he still believes in following tjesus christ as follows the tax policy goes. >> what would you ask? caller: i have an issue i have seen in the past. both parties, republican and democrat. neither one to me has on one thing about it the main issue is that it is a wrong doing for our veterans to go fight these wars for us to provide us with everything we have today and our government does not do enough to help them. they denied the fact that something was used that came down with this illness. how they were using it. the other issue is the veterans that are fighting our wars and providing all of the information, everything that is required before the veterans that fight for us, what are we going to do for them once they get back? the v.a. hospitals and all the stuff they have to fight
of christ. he helped me on another journey and introduced me to someone named jesus christ. [cheers and applause] and i learned that my sins could be redeemed. i learned that those days that i was too weak to accomplish myself, maybe he could accomplish them for me, if i placed my trust in him and i learned that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things. >> sean: reminds me of al gore when he said that republicans don't each want to count nuthe census if you are black. let's look at what he says about the l.a. riots. again this, part never reported. watch this. >> many of the folks in this room know just where they were when the riots struck in los angeles. when tragedy struck the corner of florence and normandy, most of the ministers here know that those riots didn't erupt overnight. there had been a quiet riot, building up in los angeles and across this country for years. these quiet riots that take place every day are born from the same place as the fire of destruction and the police decked out in riot gear. they happen when a sense of disconnect settles in and hope dissip
. lift your head. our blessed hope, jesus christ, the author and the finisher of our faith, will keep us safe. get excited about your future. if god is in your future, you have no limit in your future.
flag, quote, a symbol of jesus christ. to this republican crazy person, the most admired republican in history, abraham lincoln should be equated with, and those were his words, equated with, josef stalin, karl marx and nazi murderers. he has written these things. these are his considered opinions carefully written, not in his diary, but for the world as he knows it to see. all of these things are in past letters to the arkansas democrat gazette. ten years ago he wrote a letter to the editor, to the paper, saying that one of their guest columnists was, quote, predictably goosed stepping with the cult of lincoln. on february 27th, 2007, he proper a letter to the paper saying lincoln's second inaugural address shows what a fake this neurotic northern war criminal truly was. now, i have searched lincoln's second inaugural address today, which is short and filled with references to god and the bible and have struggled to find what a president-day bat crap crazy person could hate about it. the only possibility is in the last sentence. let us strive on to finish the work we are in to bind
head. our blessed hope, jesus christ, the author and the finisher of our faith, will keep us safe. get excited about your future. if god is in your future, you have no limit in your future. brian - . >>> time for a final look of weather. >> yeah, starting out with fair skies in the bay area. the low sun and clouds, the extended forecast, increasing clouds and means rain early monday through midday tomorrow. the total is a 10thto the a half an inch. more rain on wednesday before we clear it up the latter half of the week. expect wet tomorrow morning. >> don't forget the umbrellas. dust them off. the mile -- there was a milestone for the group of boy scouts in maine. >> they carved 1,000 pumpkins in less than an hour, a part of a benefit for camp sunshine, a retreat to help children with life-threatening illnesses. the goal was to raise $6,000. no word if they reached their goal. all of the hard work will be displayed at a mall the next few days. all of the cutouts and faces. >> do you do that? >> win? >> carve pumpkin? >> do you go -- you don't want to? >> is that a no? >> can you say n
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